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L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon (Paris, France)

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon 5 rue de Montalembert 75007 Paris, FranceDining date: 10/28/14 This Paris Saint-Germain location was the first of Joel Robuchon’s l’Atelier concepts, which is now a worldwide chain. Holding two Michelin stars and ranked #31 in the latest world’s best restaurant list (and as high as #12 in 2012), it’s oft-regarded as […]

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L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon (Paris, France)

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon 5 rue de Montalembert 75007 Paris, FranceDining date: 10/28/14 This Paris Saint-Germain location was the first of Joel Robuchon’s l’Atelier concepts, which is now a worldwide chain. Holding two Michelin stars and ranked #31 in the latest world’s best restaurant list (and as high as #12 in 2012), it’s oft-regarded as […]

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Deerhoof, Crystal Skulls

Deerhoof’s sound can be loosely described as punk rock, but how many other punk bands have played with Yoko Ono and had their songs covered by The Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh? On their latest album, La Isla Bonita, the Bay Area group plunges into straight-up punk blasts like “Exit Only,”… by Falling James Deerhoof’s sound […]

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Deerhoof, Crystal Skulls

Deerhoof’s sound can be loosely described as punk rock, but how many other punk bands have played with Yoko Ono and had their songs covered by The Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh? On their latest album, La Isla Bonita, the Bay Area group plunges into straight-up punk blasts like “Exit Only,”… by Falling James Deerhoof’s sound […]

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Daniel Lanois

To many, Daniel Lanois is known as one of the preeminent producers in rock history. The Canadian’s production credits include U2’s The Joshua Tree and Achtung Baby, as well as work with luminaries like Bob Dylan, Neil Young and more recently, The Killers. Though not as renowned as his work… by Daniel Kohn To many, […]

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Daniel Lanois

To many, Daniel Lanois is known as one of the preeminent producers in rock history. The Canadian’s production credits include U2’s The Joshua Tree and Achtung Baby, as well as work with luminaries like Bob Dylan, Neil Young and more recently, The Killers. Though not as renowned as his work… by Daniel Kohn To many, […]

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Thanksgiving tips: Are you cooking? How to plan for the big dinner

So, are you getting ready for the big meal? For some of us, planning Thanksgiving dinner is an exciting “Iron Chef”-like challenge; for others, it’s perhaps more of an exercise in self-torture. Whether you’re hosting your first Thanksgiving or your 50th, this is one meal that can best be…

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Thanksgiving tips: Are you cooking? How to plan for the big dinner

So, are you getting ready for the big meal? For some of us, planning Thanksgiving dinner is an exciting “Iron Chef”-like challenge; for others, it’s perhaps more of an exercise in self-torture. Whether you’re hosting your first Thanksgiving or your 50th, this is one meal that can best be…

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Jazz Antiqua Dance and Music

Choreographer Pat Taylor continues her commitment to jazz dance and music filtered through an African American sensibility with her latest, Song in a Strange Land. The high energy dance gets an extra boost from guest artists, the inventive and ironic Frit and Frat Fuller. Sat., Nov. 15, 8 p.m., 2014… by Ann Haskins Choreographer Pat […]

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Five great brewed-in-L.A. IPAs to drink right now

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, the popularity of India Pale Ales in Southern California cannot be denied, and there are more choices than ever for hop-forward IPAs from Los Angeles breweries. Forget the big names from San Diego, here are some new IPAs (and one classic) from local breweries that…

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